Tag Archives: HORROR


Guess what? I am an unexpected idea tonight. I have decided to write a horror novella. I have never done horror before because I was concerned that my ideas would be too much for my readers to handle. Now, however, I have decided to write one and aim to have it released by this Halloween. As a warning, the things I imagine in the horror genre is like Hellraiser on steroids. I will be basing this novella on one of my deepest and darkest fantasies. I already hired a cover designer so we will see the cover soon. I will keep you updated on any further developments.



I just saw a rather interesting John Carpenter film, In the Mouth of Madness. I enjoyed this film because it depicted my favorite theme as an author: what if whatever a writer writes becomes real? This film demonstrated what could happen if a horror novelist’s imagination becomes real. It gave me chills because what if the darkest corners of my imagination came to life? Also, it gives you the psychological perspective of a book character, who are unaware that they are fictional. In addition, the film illuminated an undeniable fact about writers: in the real world we are as mortal as everyone else, but in our imaginations we are Gods. Overall, I would recommend this film to anyone who likes horror, adrenaline thrill rides, and complex mysteries.



This is the costume I will wear on Halloween as I hand out candy to unsuspecting trick-or-treaters! Also, I will indulge in a horror movie marathon that includes classics like Hellraiser, Saw, Mimic, and many others. Every Halloween, I feel like I psychological transform into someone darker and scarier like a werewolf during a full moon. The fact that my ancestors invented Halloween through the festival of Samhain could explain why I have a natural affinity for this holiday when ghosts and goblins emerge from the shadows. Happy Halloween!



I have finished a poem that will serve as a parody to Edgar Allen Poe’s iconic poem, The Raven. When I first read Poe’s work, it was one of the most chilling stories I have ever read and I questioned whether what the main character was seeing was real or not. With this in mind, I wanted to experiment with the possibility that what the main character was seeing was a figment of his own madness. Also, I wanted to write my poem from the point of view of the raven and add a little humor to make it more entertaining to the reader.